Example sentences for: aleph-beth

How can you use “aleph-beth” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Taking the above examples, hunkydory, higgledy-pig-gledy, hanky-panky, hocus pocus, heebie-jeebies, hodgepodge, hokey-pokey, inky-dinky, itsy-bitsy, Holterdipolter, Hülle und Fülle , as can be noted, the second element tends to be a repetition of the first, beginning, however, with a labial ( p, b, f, m, v, w ). Winkler called this the “ aleph-beth rule” and demonstrated its practically universal validity, citing evidence from both medieval and modern gaming rhymes in European and Semitic languages alike.

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